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London South Bank University student union is located at 103 Borough Rd, London SE1 0AA.

If you are visiting our Southwark Campus, you may wish to use our downloadable campus map (PDF File 621 KB). For information on accessibility, see our DisabledGo access guides.

Walk or bicycle

The University is in easy walking distance of underground and leading overground stations. We are only 20 minutes away from the Thames. We encourage walking and cycling, and have bicycle racks on campus. Please check the Transport for London cycling website for London cycling maps and route planners.

By bus

LSBU is very well connected, and a large number of buses travel to and connect in the Elephant and Castle area from across London.

By train or tube

The Bakerloo and Northern lines stop at Elephant & Castle underground station, which is right next to campus. The closest rail stations are Elephant & Castle, London Waterloo and London Bridge. To plan your train journey, visit the National Rail website.

By car

London South Bank University does not provide public parking space. There is a limited amount of parking in the area, so we strongly advise using public transport.

Do consider the Congestion Charge if you are driving through London to reach the campus. Find out if you'll be crossing the Congestion Charge zone to reach our Southwark Campus.

TfL journey planner

You can travel to Southwark Campus by using public transport, plan your journey using the Transport for London journey planner:

The Havering Campus is located at Goldcrest Way, Harold Wood, Romford, RM3 0BE. It's a short walk from Harold Wood Railway station, off Gubbins Lane.

Walk or bicycle

Bike racks are available at Havering Campus.

By train

Trains run frequently from Liverpool Street and Stratford station to Harold Wood station. The campus is a 10 minute walk from the station via Gubbins Lane and St Clements Avenue. The new Elizabeth line, set to open in autumn 2019, will stop at Harold Wood station.

By car

Harold Wood is signposted as a turning off the main A12 trunk road between Junction 28 of the M25 and the A12/A127 Gallows Corner roundabout. Please be aware there are no parking facilities available for students on campus.

TfL journey planner

You can travel to Havering Campus by using public transport, plan your journey using the Transport for London journey planner:

 
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